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Books, Resources, and Tools
Research nearly always involves measuring and counting: drawing inferences based on quantitative data is one of the distinguishing characteristics of science. 
Grammar and Writing
Why journals reject manuscripts
Every author wants to see their paper published. However, even papers with novel and path breaking findings might face rejection due to basic mistakes in manuscript writing. To avoid this, authors...
Career Advancement
Before starting your search, it is important that you identify your goals and your work environment preferences.
This is a series of short articles dedicated to several aspects of how a foreign researcher can plan a successful postdoctoral experience in the United States. I made this transition several years...
Publication Buzzwords
Early career researchers struggle to receive grants because granting committees are known to favor esteemed researchers.
Early career researchers struggle to receive grants because granting committees are known to favor esteemed and more established researchers. Does scientific innovation and advancement take a back...
Publication Planning
6 Types of articles that journals publish
It is important to have a clear idea about the different types of articles that you can publish in journals. This will help you understand the ways in which you can disseminate your work and identify...
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (BBRC): Quick fact and submission tips
Quick facts about the journal Biochemical and Biophysical Research...
I submitted my paper to a reputed journal. After one month, I received reviewer...

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part from the need for researchers to share their data and make their research open access, wouldn’t it be in line with the open science movement to make peer review open?
Open science is zealously propagated by academicians in a bid to make scientific data and research widely accessible to the public. Apart from the need for researchers to share their data and make... Read More
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Journals publish different types of articles; however, perhaps the most valued publications are original research articles.
This article explains what an original article is and how you should go about writing one. It provides detailed guidance on every aspect of writing an original article - from selecting a research... Read More

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Dr. Kevin Steinmetz is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work at Kansas State University. He was involved in starting the Journal of Qualitative Criminal Justice and Criminology and currently serves as its book review editor. Beyond his editorial experience, Dr. Steinmetz is a critical criminologist who researches hacker culture, technocrime, racial inequality in probation, and other issues in criminology. His work has appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as the British Journal of Criminology, Deviant Behavior, Race & Justice, and Criminal Justice Review.

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